WoW players: we have all your patch 2.4 news!
Add to: My AOL, MyYahoo, Google, Bloglines
Joystiq presents
Posts with tag circuit-city

Get your Pokemons for cheap at Circuit City

Circuit City seems to be the place to go for cheap Pokemon games this week. While a few stores are offering Pokemon related deals to celebrate the release of the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon games, Circuit City has some of the better ones that we've seen.

The best deal is Pokemon Emerald for the GBA, which the retailer is offering for $14.99. If you want something more modern, though, you could pick up either Diamond or Pearl, which are marked down to $24.99 for the week. Also, if your sights are set on one of the Mystery Dungeon games, purchasing one at Circuit City will net you a free Pokemon action figure. Unfortunately, we don't know what these figures look like, but since they're free with the purchase, we're not all that concerned.

The best part is that these deals are offered online at CircuitCity.com, too, so you don't have to actually leave the comfort of your own home and, you know, socialize.

[Via CAG]

Get 80% of a DS game at Circuit City

We aren't exactly sure why you would only want to buy 80% of a game, or why Circuit City would go to the trouble of chopping 20% off. It's extra work for their employees, and there's a chance the game wouldn't work! Unless they're just slicing 20% off of the box, in which case they could miss the card entirely. Oh, the price. We get it now. Well, that's actually quite nice.

The retailer's weekly ad quite unequivocally states that all DS games are 20% off, but the online store only shows adjusted prices for the six games shown on the page. We're guessing, then, that this is an in-store-only sale with a few games marked down online as a kind of bonus, rather than just a really misleading ad. Go check your local store before the only deal available also has "Or No Deal" in the title!

[Via CAG]

Circuit City holding massive sale, every game you ever wanted on list


If you are missing out on a DS game or GBA game and don't feel like paying retail, know that Circuit City is having a huge sale right now. The problem so far has been that an entire list of the games on sale had not been available anywhere online. That is, until now.

Selling select games such as Final Fantasy IV Advance and Mario Tennis: Power Tour on the GBA, along with DS titles such as Elite Beat Agents and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (get a loved one involved) for $8.96 a piece, we're wondering if this is perhaps the biggest sale we've seen yet. So, get down to your local Circuit City and get to the stock while it still lasts.

[Via QJ]

Circuit City glitch leads to low, low prices

Electronics retailer Circuit City has an ongoing deal in which you can get any two games priced at $19.99 for only $30, but, because of a recently discovered glitch during the ordering process, customers have reportedly received a $10 discount for each $19.99 game they've thrown into their shopping carts, bringing their total even further down to $20 for two items.

Though many of the online shop's $19.99 titles are currently out of stock, we've put together a short list of the DS titles available that you might want to pick up with this buggy bargain. We can't guarantee that your order will stick once Circuit City's management catches wind of this bug, nor can we say whether or not exploiting this slip-up makes you a horrible person, but here you go:
  • Brain Age 2: More Training in Minutes a Day
  • Flash Focus: Vision Training in Minutes a Day
  • Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Justice For All
  • Sonic Rush
  • Spectrobes
While there are also a few GBA (as well as PS2 and PSP) titles eligible for this "deal," keep in mind that this glitch works best with two games from the same console.
  • Pokemon Leaf Green
  • Sonic the Hedgehog Genesis
  • Super Mario Advance
[Via CAG]

Black Friday online bargains for the Nintendo DS

Stuck at home while every one else is out shopping, reaping the savings of Black Friday deals? Or maybe you just didn't want to deal with the crowds, afraid that you'll end up in a fist fight over the last Gold Nintendo DS Lite bundle? No need to worry -- there are a few sales you can still take advantage of online!

Amazon
  • New York Times Crosswords - $9.99
Circuit City
  • Cake Mania - $9.99
  • Cooking Mama - $9.99
EB Games
  • Konami Classics: Arcade Hits- $9.99
  • New York Times Crosswords - $9.99
[Via CAG]

Forget the patch: try Pokemon!HomebrewThe DS Life
Features
Another Week in ... (26)
DS Daily (402)
DS Fanboy Lite (30)
DS Fanboy poll (39)
Friday video (59)
Game Night (133)
Metareview (45)
Promotional Consideration (44)
Show and Tell (49)
The DS Life (43)
What are you playing? (78)
Bits
Accessories (105)
Downloads (51)
Fan stuff (1357)
Features (237)
GBA (121)
Hacks (75)
Homebrew (172)
How-tos (64)
Imports (701)
Interviews (132)
Meta (101)
News (2729)
Nintendo Wi-Fi (172)
Reviews (170)
Sales (150)
Screens (697)
Video (539)
Rumors (148)

RESOURCES

RSS NEWSFEEDS

Powered by Blogsmith

Featured Galleries

Windy x Windam
Spectrobes: Beyond The Portals
Top Spin 3
Nanashi no Game
Line Rider 2: Unbound
Knights in the Nightmare
Totally Spies accessories
GelaSkins Nintendo DS skins
Digimon World Championship

 

Most Commented On (14 days)

Recent Comments

Weblogs, Inc. Network

  • Autos
    • Autoblog
    • AutoblogGreen
    • Autoblog Spanish
    • Autoblog Chinese
    • Autoblog Simplified Chinese
  • Technology
    • Download Squad
    • Engadget
    • Engadget HD
    • Engadget Mobile
    • Engadget Chinese
    • Engadget Simplified Chinese
    • Engadget Japanese
    • Engadget Spanish
    • Switched
    • TUAW (Apple)
  • Lifestyle
    • AisleDash
    • DIY Life
    • Gadling
    • Green Daily
    • Luxist
    • ParentDish
    • Slashfood
    • Styledash
    • That's Fit
  • Gaming
    • Joystiq
    • DS Fanboy
    • Massively
    • Nintendo Wii Fanboy
    • PS3 Fanboy
    • PSP Fanboy
    • WoW Insider
    • Xbox 360 Fanboy
  • Entertainment
    • Cinematical
    • TV Squad
  • Finance
    • BloggingBuyouts
    • BloggingStocks
    • WalletPop
  • Also on AOL
    • African-American Culture
    • Autos
    • Games
    • Maps
    • Money
    • Movies
    • Music
    • News
    • Radio
    • Sports
    • Television
    • Travel

Other Weblogs Inc. Network blogs you might be interested in:

PS3 Fanboy
  • PixelJunk Monsters: originally like a Red Riding Hood game
  • The Agency interview declassifies an operative's role
  • Old Snake spotted in Herald Square, requesting backup
WOW Insider
  • What WoW should learn from certain quests in and around The Barrens
  • Some remarks on drop rates
  • The Light and How to Swing It: Seals, Blessings, and Auras part I
Xbox 360 Fanboy
  • Video: GTAIV 360 versus GTAIV PS3
  • Ask X3F: manual transmission edition
  • Rumor: New Prince of Persia screens and info
Nintendo Wii Fanboy
  • Alex Kidd in Miracle World expanding into more of the regular world
  • Joystiq checks out Crash Bandicoot
  • Nintendo recalls character lapel pins
PSP Fanboy
  • Ghostbusters may arrive on PSP
  • How Crisis Core fixed Final Fantasy VII canon
  • Star Ocean makes an apperance on GameFly